Thanks to seemingly limitless numbers of coffee shops, corner cafes, and even rolling carts, you can

Thanks to seemingly limitless numbers of coffee shops, corner cafes, and even rolling carts, you can easily pick up a cup of joe at just about any time throughout your day for an extra boost of energy. And while the couple of dollars you shell out for each iced coffee and cappuccino doesn’t seem like a lot, it can quickly add up. This is just one of the many reasons you may want to consider buying an affordable coffee maker for your home. No matter what type of coffee you prefer, there’s a relatively cheap coffee maker out there that can help you master barista-level creations and offer any guests a soothing beverage from the comfort of your kitchen. From standard drip coffee machines and French press pitchers to single serve makers and cold brew carafes, there are countless coffee-related kitchen gadgets on the market to choose from. And while the cost of a high-quality coffee maker is certainly more than a cup from your favorite shop, it can save you hundreds of dollars in the long run. Not only does brewing your own coffee at home keep more cash in the bank, it also makes for a relaxing morning ritual and gives you a moment for yourself that you can look forward to each day. ...

Heilind Electronics Expands its Amphenol Franchise to Include all Sensors, Increasing Sensor Portfolio Register ico-close ico-supplier ico-white-paper-case-study ico-product ico-cad

The recent distribution agreement will allow Heilind to offer a greater selection of pressure sensors for industrial and medical applications. Wilmington, Mass. (PRWeb) August 26, 2019 – Heilind Electronics, a leading distributor of electronic components, has added All Sensors Corporation (an Amphenol Company), a leading manufacturer of high-accuracy MEMS piezoresistive low and ultra-low pressure sensors and pressure transducers. As an authorized distributor of All Sensors products, Heilind expands its growing portfolio of sensor products to include pressure sensors, with emphasis on low pressure sensors for medical and industrial applications. Products range from 0.25 inH2O to 150 PSI. All Sensors pressure sensors are specially designed for low and ultra-low pressure measurement, high accuracy and repeatability. Core competencies such as low pressure, high accuracy and innovative technologies have made these sensors very reliable in multiple applications. “As Amphenol continues to build its strong sensor portfolio, we at Heilind are very excited to have access to the All Sensors line,” said Glen MacGibbon, Vice President of Business Development – Sensors, Heilind El...

Rodney Graham, detail of Vacuuming the Gallery 1949, 2018. © Rodney Graham. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery.

Rodney Graham, detail of Vacuuming the Gallery 1949, 2018. © Rodney Graham. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery. Urs Fischer, installation view of Dasha, 2018. Photo by Lucy Dawkins. Courtesy of the artist and Gagosian. Vaughn Spann, A portrait of my sweet sunflower, 2018. Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech Gallery. Julia Mehretu, Sun Ship (J.C.)(details), 2018. © Julie Mehretu. Courtesy of the artist, White Cube, and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York. Photo by Tom Powel Imaging, Inc. Hazel Brill, Shonisaurua Popularis, 2018. Installation view, solo exhibition at Turf Projects. Courtesy of the artist. Photo by Tim Bowditch. Luke Willis Thompson, autoportrait, 2017. Turner Prize 2018 installation view, Tate Britain. Photo by Tate Photography. James Capper, MUDSKIPPER SPRAY (MANDA HULL) 04, 2018. Courtesy of the artist and Hannah Barry Gallery. Photo by Damian Griffiths. Rachel Maclean, Make Me Up (gallery edition), 2018. Zabludowicz Collection, London. Courtesy the artist and Zabludowicz Collection. Photo by David Bebber. AI work by Pierre Huyghe. ©Kamitani Lab / Kyoto University and ATR. Courtesy of the artist and Serpentine Galleries. AI work by Pierre Huyghe. ©Kamitani Lab / Kyoto ...

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This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. Hydraulic hose construction and performance is covered by various national and international standards including ISO, BSI, SAE, DIN, API, and CETOP. Most proprietary hoses conform to one standard or another, the SAE standards being the most widely followed in the U.S. SAE standards provide general, dimensional, and performance specifications for the most common hoses used in hydraulic systems on mobile and stationary equipment. For decades, SAE J517 has published guidelines for 100R1 through 100R12 series hydraulic hoses. These manufacturer-driven SAE standards have been based on design, construction, and pressure ratings to ensure that hydraulic hoses meet minimum construction requirements. SAE established minimum pressure ratings for various hoses (inside diameters and were later revised to also include constant-pressure hoses, which are hoses that maintain pressure ratings within a group regardless of size). Some common constant-pressure hoses are R...

End-of-summer updates from Somers Point schools Current Ed | Mainland

The Somers Point School District is very excited for the opening of the upcoming 2019-20 school year. Our district theme for this school year is One District ~ One Community ~ One Family. Our website will be getting a face-lift along with a new parent portal using OnCourse Systems for Education. The following are building-level updates from our school principals with important information for our families. Students in grades four through six will enter the building on the Jordan Road side at Door 17. Students in grades seven and eight will enter the building on the 10th Street side at Door 9. Doors will be open for students to enter the building at 7:40 am. Students are welcomed and encouraged to take advantage of the new and improved breakfast program in the cafeteria at this time. New this year! To ensure the safety and security of our building, students, and staff, all doors will be locked at 8 a.m. Any student arriving at school after 8 a.m. should report to the main office entrance on Jordan Road. Students in grade four will be dismissed out of Door 5, on the corner of 10th Street and Connecticut Avenue. Students in grades five and six will be dismissed out of Door 2, on Jo...

Those hidden resort fees you hate paying? Travel websites fight back

Hotel resort fees have drawn the ire of attorneys general for Nebraska and the District of Columbia as well as travel rights groups because they often aren’t disclosed upfront, making travelers think they’re getting a better deal than they really are. Now, those fees that consumers love to hate are getting pushback from some online travel websites that help book the hotels. Booking.com, one of the world’s largest online booking sites, has begun charging a commission on resort fees collected by hotels in Europe and plans to make the change for U.S. hotels in January. The website previously collected a commission only on the nightly rate for every hotel room that is booked through the site — a practice shared by most online booking sites. The move comes only a month after attorneys general for the District of Columbia and Nebraska filed lawsuits against Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide Holdings, respectively, calling the fees deceptive. Although Booking.com concedes that the move will generate extra revenue for the company, the travel site contends that the change primarily is intended to push hotels and other lodging providers to be more transparent about the total cos...